Dutch naval special forces training in jetsuit

Gravity Industries is the company that created the world record jetsuit with fast flight reminiscent of the movie Iron Man. This time, he participated in the training of the Dutch Navy Special Forces and succeeded in the mission to jump over the enemy’s boat floating in the air, conduct a simulated shootout, and return to the boat.

The training is also related to the fact that Richard Browning, the creator of the jetsuit, was originally a reserve force in the British Marine Corps. The jetsuit can be fixed to the boat. Usually, you use the stealth method of descending from a helicopter or climbing from a ship, but you can easily get on board with a jetsuit. If special forces members use it, it will be possible to infiltrate faster.

The jet suit mounted on both hands and waist is 1,000 horsepower. To manipulate it, you need a strong body and a sense of balance. Gravity Industries is also preparing a training program for £6,000. Anyway, now the military field is also opening a way to use jet suits. Related information can be found here.



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